Lacrimas Profundere has just released its first concept album under the name of “Hope Is Here”, and it is by far their most emotionally driven album.
Listening to the eight songs on My Dying Bride’s “Feel The Misery” brought me to a place of internal darkness and conflict…
“Resurrection” is a still a very fresh and relevant CD with it death/doom metal style today as it was when it was released 16 years ago.
Russia’s Decay Of Reality is sure to invoke depressive memories from your darkest hour on their Reality of Decay CD, which is a chronic and disturbing blend of death metal and doom metal. Prepare to lose your mind and yourself on this one.
Cold Colours play doom with that old school flair, which made Paradise Lost, Anathema and Candlemass such big hits in the nineties underground doom metal movement.
Psychotic Gardening play an old school style of death metal, with thunderous drumming, growl vocals, and depressive harmonies.
The UK’s Tor Marrock play a musically and vocally interesting blend of doom and death metal, but with more darkened atmospheres.
Plenty of darkened and atmospheric symphonic attributes can be found in Norhod’s debut CD, “The Blazing Lily”.
Lightless Moor are a great band and have a lot to offer to the open minded listener…
Angellore play a depressive and atmospheric form of doom metal with goth metal thrown in for good measure. Musically, it is dark yet poetic in places, kind of like My Dying Bride.
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